For Sale $1,400,000 - Residential, Single Family Home, Villa
Situated in the coveted area of Playa Guiones in Nosara, this impeccable, ocean view estate is one of the most dramatic luxury homes on the market currently.
3 Bedroom Casa la Jolla Guiones – Nosara Real Estate
The owners selected for this Nosara Real Estate a unique lot, perched on a hilltop in order to boast dramatic, ocean and sunset views, particularly from the open floor plan found on the second floor.
Upon arriving at this Nosara Real Estate, the contemporary architecture is a striking contrast to the lush tropical background, combining the best of both words in getting away from it all, while enjoying the best in modern day conveniences.
The first floor of this 3 bedroom home offers two bedrooms, one master bedroom, and a twin bedroom as well, each with their own bathroom.
The second floor is picture perfect, with an open floor plan that combines a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, and living room, which all flow naturally into the covered terrace, and infinity edge pool….the entire floor maintains a focal point on the stunning views in the forefront that combine a unique sensation of privacy in the treetops of the rainforest, and the endless views of the ocean and sunset ahead.
The outdoor space is divided from the indoor space, by a masterful series of floor to ceiling, sliding glass, pocket doors that tuck away to create one space, ideal for entertaining and relaxing.
The upper floor of this Nosara Real Estate is the true master, which is home to the most impressive sunset views from the private terrace.
Lifestyle in Nosara
The family-friendly expat community here is proactive about protecting the land and nature, and work hard to keep the beaches clean of any debris. There is also a focused effort for ecotourism, sustainability, and recycling. These attributes set the stage for exemplifying how a community can work together. The Nosara “Blue Zone” lifestyle and vibe has become a dream come true for hundreds of expat families who choose to live a tranquil and relaxed lifestyle overseas. Parents can immerse their children in a more organic way of living within nature, while taking advantage of bilingual school options and learning about a different culture.
Nosara is known mostly for perfect surfing conditions on Playa Guiones. Guiones is one of the only places anywhere in the world where you can surf consistent waves, all day, every day, regardless of the tide. The sand bottom and the tidal range create an ideal situation for any level of surfer. There are dozens of surf schools in the area with instructors for every level. And, with a perfect water temperature of 75 F to 85 F year round, there is never a bad time to hit the swells.
The expats in Nosara tend to be spiritual and adventurous. Yoga, meditation, and wellness centers are a huge part of the relaxed Blue Zone vibe here. If you are looking for a yoga retreat, or you want to adapt a healthier option for your mind, body, and soul, you don’t need to look any further than this laidback town. Besides the dozens of options for every style of yoga, the world-renowned Nosara Yoga Institute has been training yoga instructors in various curriculums for years. If you are not a surfer or a yogi, nature watching and nearby adventure sports round out the many things you can do in the area.
With a registered population of only 5,800 people, Nosara swells in winter with tourists and seasonal residents. They are well catered for with over 30 restaurants—from local sodas (small Costa Rican family restaurants) to fine dining options.
Since Nosara has become a hotspot for real estate, prices now compete with North American rates. Deals in Guiones and Pelada can still be found on small, moderate homes for around $300,000 to $400,000. A nice family home with three to four bedrooms and all the modern amenities can be found for around $600,000 to $800,000. And like anywhere, luxury in Nosara has no limits, with palatial home prices ranging from $1.2 million to $6 million. There is, however, a complicated land dispute over some of the territory here, which was double titled. So, it is important to have a local Costa Rican attorney verify clear title if you are interested in buying property.
Because there is less development in Nosara, not many apartments and condos exist like in other beach communities. Therefore, if you are looking to rent, it will most likely be a house. Smaller homes or studio apartments are available on long-term contracts for $1,200 to $2,000 a month. For a larger family home, you can expect to pay closer to $3,000 to $4,000 a month. Due to a conscious effort not to allow more development, if the economy continues to grow, this can only mean increased values in the area. More Info Here
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